Quality is a word synonymous with Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall, whether it be standards of the meat we eat, the vegetables we buy and grow or the books he writes.
To date they have been weighty tomes, leaving doubt that he may be running short on ideas.
Not so, as this book is crammed full of new ideas.
He is cost sensitive, and devotes a chapter to thrifty meat recipes, producing some enticing ideas.
Leftovers also get an airing, as waste becomes less appealing to more and more of us.
The are some thorough explanations, for more complex dishes, like sourdough bread. Even a novice will feel happy giving it a whirl.
Photographed with the evocative River Cottage feel, it has some quirky illustrations to give a fun approach for the whole family to enjoy.
River Cottage Everyday